2019 Yaname Electronics Super Formula season

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2019 Yaname Electronics Super Formula season
Yaname SF logo.png
Season
Races 9 (7 rounds)
Start date TBA
Start Event Flag of Japan svg.png Yaname Electronics Grand Prix of Suzuka
End date TBA
End Event Flag of Japan svg.png JAF Grand Prix at Fuji Speedway
Awards
Driver's champion Flag of Unknown svg.png TBD
Team's Champion Flag of Unknown svg.png TBD
Seasons
Previous season Next season
2018 2020
Development Categories
Tier 1 2019 Eurasian F3 season
Tier 2 2019 Asian F4 season


The 2019 Yaname Electronics Super Formula season is the 33rd season of Super Formula, and the first under the title sponsorship of Yaname Electronics in a three year deal.

Teams and Drivers

All teams used Dallara SF19 chassis and Yokohama tyres.

Team Engine # Driver Rounds
Flag of Japan svg.png Kondo Racing [?] Toyota RI4B 3 Flag of Japan svg.png Mitsunori Takaboshi 1-
4 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png James Rossiter 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png SUNOCO Team LeMans [?] Honda HR-419E 7 Flag of Japan svg.png Alex Palou 1-
8 Flag of Australia svg.png Anton de Pasquale 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Real Racing [?] Honda HR-419E 10 Flag of Japan svg.png Sena Sakaguchi 1-
11 Flag of Japan svg.png Toshiki Oyu 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Team Mugen [?] Honda HR-419E 15 Flag of Japan svg.png Nirei Fukuzumi 1-
16 Flag of Japan svg.png Naoki Yamamoto 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Itochu Enex Team Impul [?] Toyota RI4B 19 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Pippa Mann 1-
20 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Jann Mardenborough 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Kamaha Motorsports [?] Toyota RI4B 26 Flag of the United States svg.png Tristan Jung 1-
27 Flag of Portugal svg.png Antonio Felix da Costa 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Vantelin Team TOM'S [?] Toyota RI4B 36 Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima 1-
37 Flag of Japan svg.png Ritomo Miyata 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png P.mu/cerumo INGING [?] Toyota RI4B 38 Flag of Japan svg.png Hiroaki Ishiura 1-
39 Flag of Australia svg.png Carter Simpson 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Docomo Team Dandelion Racing [?] Honda HR-419E 40 Flag of Japan svg.png Takuya Izawa 1-
41 Flag of Belgium svg.png Bertrand Baguette 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png B-MAX Racing Team [?] Honda HR-419E 50 Flag of Japan svg.png Takashi Kogure 1-
51 Flag of China svg.png Ye Hongli 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Tochigi Le Beausset Motorsports [?] Toyota RI4B 62 Flag of Japan svg.png Kohei Hirate 1-
63 Flag of Hong Kong svg.png Matt Solomon 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png PIAA Nakajima Racing [?] Honda HR-419E 64 Flag of Japan svg.png Daisuke Nakajima 1-
65 Flag of the United Kingdom svg.png Oliver Rowland1 1-
Flag of Japan svg.png Super Hanamura Intensity Team [?] Honda HR-419E 98 Flag of Japan svg.png Nobuharu Matsushita 1-
99 Flag of Japan svg.png Hiroki Otsu 1-

Notes

  • 1 Originally, Heikki Kovalainen was hired for the #65 PIAA Nakajima Racing. However, after a breach of contract with Kovalainen wanting to drive for LeMans' PES C1 operation, they fired him with immediate effect and hired Oliver Rowland as a replacement.

Race Calendar

Race Track Date Pole position Fastest lap Winning driver Winning team
1 Flag of Japan svg.png Yaname Electronics Grand Prix of Suzuka Suzuka Circuit 21 April 1 Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima Flag of Japan svg.png Vantelin Team TOM'S
2 Flag of Japan svg.png Pacific Grand Prix Okayama International Circuit 26 May 2 Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima Flag of Japan svg.png Kazuki Nakajima Flag of Japan svg.png Vantelin Team TOM'S
3 Flag of Japan svg.png Grand Prix of Kantō Twin Ring Motegi (Road) 28 July 3
4 Flag of Japan svg.png Grand Prix of Kyushu Autopolis 11 August 4
5 Flag of Japan svg.png Grand Prix of Tōhoku Sportslands SUGO 1 September 5
6 Flag of Japan svg.png Grand Prix of Kansai Suzuka Circuit 13 October 6
7
7 Flag of Japan svg.png JAF Grand Prix at Fuji Speedway Fuji Speedway 10 November 8
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